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Janet Stone’s first musical exploration was at age four, when she would sing “Row, row, row your boat” repetitively, at increasingly higher keys, to her parents’ chagrin. She gained much of her musical education at Grace Episcopal Church in Madison, Wisconsin before earning her Bachelors of Music degree at Coe College. Now based in Boston, Janet served as staff singer at Trinity Church, Copley Square for eight years, where she was soloist for multiple services and concerts. Her recent solo performances include J.S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor and St John Passion – in which she was praised for her “sparking voice” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), G.F. Handel’s Messiah, and Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre’s Susanne and Judith. Janet sings with multiple professional ensembles, including Skylark Ensemble, Ensemble Altera, The Boston Camerata, Zenith Ensemble, Cappella Clausura, The Bach Project, and Nightingale Ensemble. Recording credits include the GRAMMY® nominated albums: Seven Words from the Cross and It’s a Long Way, both with Skylark Ensemble. She also recently sang in the first American recording of Francis Poulenc’s Figure Humaine with Skylark, set to release in May of 2024.



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